The recent Israeli attacks on Gaza provoked a number of reactions from a lot of countries worldwide.
Since the overthrow of Moamer Kadhafi in 2011, major political crises and violent unrest have taken place in Libya.
The visit of the Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria and all of Africa, Theodore II, to Tunisia highlights the country’s rich cultural and religious diversity.
Tunisia has launched a commission named Truth and Dignity tasked with recording human rights violations.
Accompanied by a dozen ministers, Moroccan King Mohammed VI visited Tunisia in an attempt to strengthen bilateral and regional ties.
As clashes continue in Libya between forces led by former Gen. Khalifa Hifter and Islamist militias, Tunisia’s economy looks set to suffer a severe blow.
Leading Tunisian lawyer Radia al-Djerbi expressed that “If not for women, there would not have been an Arab Spring.”
Tunisia’s success story and close ties with Libya should make it the perfect mediator of Libya’s national dialogue.
Mehdi Jomaa commented on the topic of the arrival to Tunisia of ships with 61 holders of Israeli citizenship.
Tunisian Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa said Tuesday his government has decided to allow Israeli citizens to enter the country.